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The Seychelles islands... another world at the GASCO 6th travel and tourism show in Abu Dhabi Corniche

The Seychelles islands... another world at the GASCO 6th travel and tourism show in Abu Dhabi Corniche ( Gasco’s 6th travel and tourism show fromMay 6-9, 2012 at the Sheikh Khalifa Energy Complex on the Corniche, Abu Dhabi, saw Seychelles presented as the new holiday destination.

Gasco is an operating company engaged in the extraction of natural gas liquid (NGL). It employs more than 4,000 people from around 60 different nationalities. Every year, the company organizes a travel and tourism show dedicated to its employees. The show provides the employees and their families the opportunity to see and be aware of the various holiday promotions and packages which are available in the market before the summer holiday.

The Seychelles islands were represented at this show by Ms. Aliette Esther, the Tourism-Attaché at the Embassy of the Republic of Seychelles in Abu Dhabi.

Apart from displaying the different products available in the destination through brochures and booklets, the visitors to the Seychelles stand had the chance to sample a little of the islands’ exotic breadfruit, banana, and cassava chips, which were attractively spread out in a coconut zanpon!

The main objective of Seychelles’ participation was to continue to spread the message around the Abu Dhabi community that Seychelles is an idyllic destination, not only for honeymooners and weddings, but also for families, divers, fishing, and sailing enthusiasts doing business and attending the various annual events. Visitors were made aware that the islands have a variety of inner granitic and outer coralline islands, which they can access either by boat, helicopter, or twin otters.

The Seychelles islands are more accessible now than ever before with the three Middle East Airlines (Etihad Airways, Emirates Airline, and Qatar Airways) flying daily or twice daily from their respective hubs to these tropical islands. There are no visa requirements for all nationalities. Visitors will be issued a 30-day visa, free of charge, upon their arrival at the Seychelles International Airport.

Participants at the show were travel agencies, hoteliers, airlines, and tourism board representatives.


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